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    Review: 'The Human Comedy'

    Traditionally, Barrington Stage Company's season-opening musical is one of the highlights of the Berkshires theatre season -- not so withThe Human Comedy.

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    Off the Wire... SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA‚ÄĒGlendale's classics-focused A Noise Within announces its fall 2005 repertory season. Included are Shakespeare's Othello (Sep. 23-Dec. 8), directed by Julia Rodriguez Elliott and Geoff Elliott; William Inge's Pulitzer-winning 1953 drama Picnic (Oct. 7-Nov. 27), directed by Craig Belknap; and Henrik Ibsen ...

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    Seda, Manheim Sign New Deals with CBS

    Jon Seda has joined the cast of the CBS drama "Close to Home" as a regular, while Camryn Manheim recently signed on to co-star on another CBS drama, "Ghost Whisperer."

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    Memorial Grants Deadline Nov. 30

    The 1997 Annual Memorial Grant Awards will be given to 30 performing arts companies on March 10, 1997. Deadline for nominations is Nov.

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    Ohio Critics Bestow Honors

    The Central Ohio Theatre Critics Circle has presented its fourth-annual citations.

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    BIT PARTS : Shift in "Power"?

    Alan Arkin and Elaine May's newest collaboration, "Power Plays," is popular with critics and audiences. So Arkin and May are pulling a "power play" of their own. The two, who co-wrote and co-directed the production, as well as co-star, along with their respective offspring, will leave the show, reportedly ...

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    George St. Welcomes Douglas

    Actress Suzzanne Douglas has been appointed to the Board of Trustees of George Street Playhouse.

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    Hollywood Braces for Possible Actors Strike

    The final epilogue to the tumultuous writers strike has been written, but Hollywood is bracing for a possible sequel to the costly walkout.

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    Studio of Voice

    World class instructor addressing specific needs of the performing singer. Students gain a useable understanding of the Juilliard Technique.

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    A Time of Renaissance

    Alex Rivera believes that Latino cinema is in a moment of total crisis and great opportunity. Rivera and many of his fellow Latino filmmakers are doing all they can to realize a vision.